Sprint was the only one of the 4 major US carriers that didn’t offer their own prepaid service. Come January 25th, that will change as Sprint has officially announced a launch for their pay-as-you-go plans.
Sprint’s upcoming Sprint As You Go prepaid service is rumored to launch on January 25. But is it competitive enough, compared with other prepaid offerings?
We are in the golden era of mobile technology, and the industry isn’t resting on its laurels. While Apple may have started this industry on a new path, its reign at the top may soon be over.
As we inch toward a true global conscience, we are increasingly dependent on being connected. Being connected is what defines us, with things like social media, blogs, and news sites. Here in the USA, we are fortunate to have a huge network of connectivity, but are we doing the right things with our network?
The number three carrier in the States is taking $100 off any 4G LTE enabled tablet for all new customers who choose to buy an on-contract smartphone until January 10.
Body fat is generally not on the list of items that should influence smartphone buying preferences. But one Sprint employee seems to disagree with that fact, at least according to one unhappy customer.
There’s plenty of time to finish your Christmas shopping, especially if you’re on the lookout for cheap, on-contract, high-end Android devices.
Sprint customers have a reason to rejoice, especially the ones who were fed-up with its call drop out and clogged network.
There is no doubt that Sprint’s LTE roll out has been painstakingly slow. Sprint customers across the United States haven’t been happy about it either. There are now six new markets with LTE and they’re pretty spread out. So maybe Sprint is finally getting serious.
Rumors started to emerge a couple of months ago that Sprint would like to buy up the rest of the controlling shares in Clearwire. The deal, which is worth $2.2 billion, has been finalized and is all about airwaves.